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Anthony Hart Harrigan, American author. Recipient Military Review award United States Army Command and General Staff College, 1965; grantee Relm Foundation, 1966, Wilbur Foundation, 1992, 95, Earhart Foundation, 1993. Trustee National Humanities Institute Served with United States Marine Corps Reserve, World World War World War II; Member Society Colonial Wars in South Carolina, Carolina Yacht Club.

Background

Harrigan, Anthony Hart was born on October 27, 1925 in New York City. Son of Anthony Hart and Elizabeth Elliott (Hutson) Harrigan.

Education

Student, Bard College. Student, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Student, University Virginia.

Career

Reporter, Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, 1953-1955;reporter, Charleston (South Carolina.) News & Courierassociate editor, Charleston (South Carolina.) News & Courier, 1957-1970;executive vice president, United States Industrial Council, Nashville, 1970-1978;president, United States Industrial Council, 1978-1990. President United States Business and Industrial Council Ednl. Foundation, 1978-1990, counsellor United States Business and Ednl.

Council, since 1990; trustee, research fellow National HumanitiesInst. Lecturer Harvard University, National War College, Vanderbilt University, U. Colorado. Past member research committee South Carolina.

Commission Higher Education.

Works

Membership

Trustee National Humanities Institute Served with United States Marine Corps Reserve, World World War World War II. Member Society Colonial Wars in South Carolina, Carolina Yacht Club.

Connections

Married Elizabeth McP. Ravenel, August 16, 1950. Children: Anthony Hart, Elizabeth Chardon, Elliott McP., Mary Ravenel.

father:
Anthony Hart Harrigan

mother:
Elizabeth Elliott (Hutson) Harrigan

spouse:
Elizabeth McP. Ravenel

children:
Anthony Hart Harrigan

Elizabeth Chardon Harrigan

Elliott McP. Harrigan

Mary Ravenel Harrigan